Two fixed question orders

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3 months 1 week ago - 3 months 1 week ago #158097 by Bavarian
Bavarian created the topic: Two fixed question orders
Hello there!

I have a survey with one fixed sequence. As the questions at the end are more likely to be skipped by participants,
I just wanted to ask if there is a way to implement the contrary order such that the participants get (random) either the first or the contrary sequence

Haven't found anything in the forums yet...

Really appreciate any help!
Last Edit: 3 months 1 week ago by Bavarian.

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3 months 1 week ago #158106 by Joffm
Joffm replied the topic: Two fixed question orders
Hi, Bavarian,
there is no "reversing" out of the box.

The only way is to have a second sequence in reverse order
The two are selected randomly.

This is easy to implement, but a bit more difficult to analyse (You have to merge the results in your analysing tool)

I'd suggest to ramdomize the whole sequence. If it is possible to ask the questions in reversed order it should be possible to ask them in ramdomized order.

Just enter one name in "randomization group name".

Regards
Joffm

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3 months 1 week ago #158109 by tpartner
tpartner replied the topic: Two fixed question orders
The only way I see to do that is to duplicate all groups (except, perhaps, the middle one) and show/hide the groups via relevance depending on the answer to a hidden random number question.

Cheers,
Tony Partner
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3 months 1 week ago #158124 by Bavarian
Bavarian replied the topic: Two fixed question orders
Ok, thank you very much. It's just because my survey (which is actually a test) is grouped into easy questions in the beginning, harder questions in the middle and ends with the easier questions...

That's why I wanted to use two orders..

I'll think about it, I guess merging makes things more complicated for data analysis..

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